Munhaven care home rated as one of top 20 in the East of England
Residents, families and staff from Munhaven care home in Mundesley, North Norfolk are celebrating after a national review website recognised them as one of the top 20 care homes in the East of England. The home was also recognised in the same awards in 2017.
Up to 20 residents live at the care home, where we provide care and support for people living with dementia. The carehome.co.uk Top 20 Care Home Awards 2019 highlight the most recommended care homes in each region of the UK. The awards are based on over 120,000 reviews from care home residents as well as their friends and family.
Munhaven received many positive reviews from family members and friends of relatives, and has also received praise from MP and former Health Minister Norman Lamb, who regularly visits the home which in his constituency, describing it as ‘fabulous’, and ‘Really impressive. So much care, attention and kindness.’
A relative praised the care received by her mother as follows: “I cannot recommend Munhaven more highly. I was reluctant to place my mother into care but the staff at Munhaven meant that it is the best decision we could have made. Every member of staff goes over and above to make my mother feel truly cared for in the most individual way possible. There is a palpable feel of kindness and compassion that lies in the heart of this community. Not only are the residents’ physical needs for safety, hygiene, warmth and food met to the highest standards, their emotional and social needs are also of the utmost priority. I can’t thank each and every member of staff enough.”
Alison Roberts, manager at Munhaven described how the award felt: “Receiving this recognition for the second time in 3 years is lovely. The staff at Munhaven are a very strong team, and we focus on providing dedicated care and support in a homely environment to the people who live at the home. There is something very special in being able to support people to lead positive, independent lives, providing dignity and looking after those living with dementia.”